Baseball California Angels -- Activated P Chuck...


Baseball California Angels -- Activated P Chuck Finley from the 15-day DL. Placed P Don Robinson on the 15-day DL.

Kansas City Royals -- Assigned 2B Terry Shumpert to Triple-A Omaha. Optioned P Hector Wagner to Omaha. Recalled P Curt Young from Omaha.

National Association -- Announced that the Charlotte Knights will join the International League in 1993.


Loyola -- Announced the following soccer players have signed letters of intent: Bob Ballweg, Metuchen, N.J.; Mike Barger, Fallston; David Briles, Bowie; Will Cirrincione, Silver Spring; Chris Doyle, Brunswick; Ari Edelman, South Orange, N.J.; Mark Harrison, Palm Harbor, Fla.; Darren Hawkes, Maplewood, N.J.; James Oh, Baltimore; Brian Petersen, Severna Park; Brendan Stach, Selden, N.Y.

Maryland -- signed Nemanja Petrovic, a 6-10, 235-pound native of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, a letter of intent for basketball.

Massachusetts -- Named defensive coordinator Mike Hodges head football coach.

Mississippi -- Named Russ Pernell assistant basketball coach. Announced that assistant basketball coach Denny Alexander will remain on the staff. Announced the resignation of assistant football coach James Thomas. Named Melvin Smith assistant football coach.

Mount St. Mary's -- Signed Keisha McCatty, a 5-8 point guard from Largo (Md.) High School and Allyn Lewis, a 6-3 center from Hermitage High School in Richmond Va., to letters of intent for women's basketball.

Texas Tech -- Named Dean Campbell defensive assistant coach.

NCAA -- Banned Wisconsin hockey coach Jeff Sauer from their next NCAA tournament game and assistant coach Bill Zito from the next two NCAA tournaments for the team's improper conduct at the end of this year's championship game. Suspended players Blaine Moore and Jason Zent for one NCAA tournament game. Ordered Wisconsin to forfeit $50,000 it would have received for participating in the championship game.


New York Giants -- Placed FB Maurice Carthon on waivers.


Washington Capitals -- Announced that LW Randy Burridge will lost for at least two games of the Stanley Cup playoffs with a hyper-extended left knee.

Horse racing Calumet Farm -- Henryk de Kwiatkowski, who bought Calumet Farm last month, announced that Lexington horseman Neil A. Howard has been hired as general manager.

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